A collection of some of Pearce's best-known essays on historical criticism in which he suggests a way of going beyond positivist historiography and formalist explication de texie toward a criticism which vitally engages the reader in what he reads and puts him m a position of judging himself and his culture, past and present.
Originally published in 1969.
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